I've been called for jury duty once, and they put me on that one. I found it an encouraging experience, because my fellow jurors made such a sincere effort to get it right. We had a guy who had already pleaded guilty to possession of pot, and he was also charged with selling it. We acquitted him on that charge. I think we all suspected he probably had sold it, but we didn't think the prosecutor had proved it beyond a reasonable doubt. I was so glad we could legitimately let him off. The prosecutor was pissed afterward, but it was his own fault for bringing a weak case. All the "evidence" was circumstantial, just as the public defender I quoted yesterday said most trials are.
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